Unmetered mobile access to university websites

I came accross this article last week which I found quite interesting in terms of it’s impact on m-Learning.

University inks unmetered Web access deal with Bigpond

The unfortunate thing is that this is only limited to one particular
university and one provider only. It would be interesting to see if
there are any other institutions that are going down that track. How
about a general unmetering for the ‘edu.au’ TLD ?

Configuring the Nokia E-Series VoIP client for Engin Australia

Since I had to look all over�for the correct settings and there was a
lot of trial and error involved (specially for the Realm). Thanks to Engin Support that finally provided this info after logging a support request.

The screenshots are from a Nokia E65, but should be applicable for similar Nokia phones.

Screenshot 1
Screenshot 1

General

Profile name: engin
Service profile: IETF
Default access point: {Your WLAN Access Point}
Public user name: sip:{phone number}@voice.mibroadband.com.au
User compression: No
Registration: When needed
Use security: No

Screenshot 2
Screenshot 2
Screenshot 3
Screenshot 3

Proxy Server

Proxy Server Address: byo.engin.com.au
Realm: mobileinnovations.com.au
Username: {your engin phone number}
Password: *****
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport Type: UDP
Port : 5060

Screenshot 4
Screenshot 4
Screenshot 5
Screenshot 5

Registrar Server:

Registrar Server Address: byo.engin.com.au
Realm: mobileinnovations.com.au
User name: {your engin phone number}
Password: *****
Transport type: UDP
Port : 5060

Screenshot 6
Screenshot 6